HTC’s first smartphone that has incorporated LED flash on the front side of itself is the HTC Desire Eye, a smartphone that attracted the attention of users in the first place, and even now it is still one of the most appreciated devices by HTC, especially for self-shooting enthusiasts, when becoming a part of your smartphone.
Until today, HTC Desire Eye still had Android 4.4 KitKat version, when now almost every HTC running Android operating system has had an update deployed with the arrival of the 5.0 Lollipop. June 30 has been the day chosen to begin to distribute to the AT&T users with the 5.0 Lollipop update. This update will give to the HTC Desire Eye a longer battery life for its Snapdragon 810 processor. HTC Desire Eye was top-level smartphone when released, so it is a great news.
This is a jump through the front door, because everything changes from KitKat to Lollipop, in every way, which implies that at the beginning we will be a little lost. And there are many differences, especially on security issues, and it is clear that the update is for the better, but will have to see how 5.0 Lollipop behaves in this HTC Desire Eye. But the curious thing is that many users have already managed to upgrade, but others are still waiting, so this reminder from the US could do that too to bring Android 5.0 update to other countries soon.
Android 5.0 Lollipop has been chaotic for many users at the beginning, so there are many who prefer to wait for good times to arrive. We are aware to see what happens with this update that is repeated in some way in the US to reach everyone, now.